Facebook Friday #8

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Welcome to another week of fabulous painted items using American Paint Company all natural paints!  Check it out:

Simple Matters at Junk Street Market in Texas painted this hutch using Peacock and finished in Black Glaze.


Upcycled Vintage Charm in Ohio painted this dresser using Rushmore and finished in Top Coat.


 Junque in My Trunk in Kansas painted this hutch using Surfboard over Amber Waves of Grain.


Renove´ Vintage & Chic Designs in Indiana painted this small drawer dresser using Crushed Tea and finished with Navajo White in Clear Wax.


Brick Street Cottage in Ohio painted this hutch using Nana’s Cupboard and finished in Dark Wax.


The Vintage Market in Indiana painted and stenciled this table using Plymouth Rock, Smoke Signal, Freedom Road and Surfboard, finished with Top Coat and Clear Wax.


The Old Store in Oklahoma painted this desk using A-maize-ing and heavily distressed to show the Fireworks Red underneath.

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Fabulous Finishes in Michigan painted and stenciled this table using Peacock, Surfboard, Cannonball and Dark Wax.


All Things New Again in Virginia painted this vanity using Limoges over Crushed Tea, and finished in Top Coat and Clear and Dark Wax.


Cindarella’s Attic Vintage Furniture in Connecticut painted this small cabinet with Amber Waves of Grain over Dollar Bill and finished it off with Top Coat and Clear Wax.


What will you be inspired to paint?  What color will you choose?


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  1. im in the process of painting my dining chairs nanas cupboard I plan to use dark way to darken the green color. I hope that I haven’t made a mistake in my color choice. any help would be appreciated this is my first attempt of using chalk paint. thanks

    • American Paint Company says:

      Sounds fun and that is a wonderful color. Just test your dark wax first on a sample to determine how dark and heavy handed you want the color. I’m sure it will turn out wonderful!

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